Stocking Fillers

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  1. Minxy

    Minxy Well-Known Member

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    Stanley's got an Everton stocking which I want to fill with things for Christmas morning.

    Heloves unpacking bags and messing with bits and bobs so think he might enjoy this What can I put in it?

    What are you putting in your LO's stockings?
     
  2. Jo

    Jo Well-Known Member

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    I'm stuck for Jacks
    But he has some really chunky cars, fire engine, police care etc... at Tesco for about 70p they could be good, or little pots of play doh and chunky crayons/pencils
    Crayola do a nice range of first ones and washable mor importantly :)
     
  3. Urchin

    Urchin Well-Known Member

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    Socks!! You gotta put some socks in there.

    Minxy if you are going to Solihull again Hawkins Bizarre have loads of cool stuff for 50p and £1
     
  4. SarahH

    SarahH Well-Known Member

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    I have just little things for Arianna's stocking that only cost $2 or so each...
    I have...
    *little sweets
    *small cuddly christmassy winnie the pooh
    *socks
    *jigsaw
    *toy mobile phone (to hopefully save my one!!)
     
  5. Sarah&Braydon

    Sarah&Braydon Well-Known Member

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    bray had got
    *socks
    *pants
    *pjs
    *some small bob the builder diggers,
    *colouring book
    *crayons
     
  6. mamichuli

    mamichuli Well-Known Member

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    If any of you go to ikea for anthing, they have really cute finger puppets for under three euros for a bag of ten . I got one of fish and one of jungle animals for Ani. It is kind of difficult for babies this small - they dont eat sweets or chocolate, which is kind of limiting! :wall:

    Lisa
     
  7. mamichuli

    mamichuli Well-Known Member

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    I just found a piccie of finger puppets I had price wrong - €4.99.
    Still not a bad deal :dance: :lol:
    Lisa
     
  8. rusks

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    is asda they do little cars for 97p and stocking fillers like that. little books?
     
  9. Gemma & Jake

    Gemma & Jake Well-Known Member

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    Magic flannel(I have seen them in loads of places for £1-£2)
    Little board books
    Bubbles
    A ball
    Small toys( toy cars or plastic animals are good)
    Socks
    Chocolate
     

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